May 29, 2014

SpeakeasyDC and MCHIP present Stories in Global Health


Harry Strulovici in SpeakeasyDC and MCHIP's Potholes, Puddle-Jumpers, Passports and Parasites
On May 29th 2014 presented his global health story at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC. 
Dr. Harry Strulovici is the founder of Life for Mothers, a US based NGO also registered in Uganda and Kenya. For the past 8 years, he has traveled regularly to Sub-Saharan Africa to implement a holistic strategy to reduce maternal mortality. He served as a Yale/Johnson & Johnson Career Fellow in International Health in Uganda. He has been a consultant to the Global Fund, UNICEF, and UNFPA. Presently, he also works as a Global Health Consultant to UCLA Anderson School of Management. Harry Strulovici would especially like to thank the Calamus Foundation for their support of tonight's performance and Life for Mothers. To access the performance please click here:

Did you know?

Every year, more than one million children are left motherless and vulnerable because of maternal death.

Source:United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 2010

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